North Sea Seismic Survey Contracts for Dolphin

Press Release
Monday, December 17, 2012
Dolphin's 'Polar Duke': Photo credit Dolphin Group

Dolphin Group ASA,  headquartered in Norway, awarded multiple North Sea 3D seismic contracts for 2013.

Dolphin has been awarded several contracts for the upcoming North Sea season. The awards are for both 3D and 4D seismic services and will involve three of its 3D seismic vessels with a total duration in the range of 8-12 months.

Dolphin sat they will revert with further contract details when they present their 2013 guidance on or about 8 January 2013.

"These early awards with major clients improve our earnings visibility and supports our view that we can expect a busy summer in the North Sea", says Atle Jacobsen, CEO.

Dolphin Group ASA is the parent company of Dolphin Geophysical AS, a global full-range, asset light supplier of marine geophysical services. Dolphin operates a fleet of new generation, high capacity seismic vessels and offers contract seismic surveys, Multi-Client projects and processing services on a worldwide basis.

 

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